[wp-hackers] Re: Adding HTML Elements to TinyMCE

Chris Williams chris at clwill.com
Tue Mar 6 08:38:57 GMT 2007

But in the process, we've lost something.  I have to agree with the
original poster.

I use the visual editor, but also add my own <div>s and such.  I get the
advantage of having a nice link dialog, a single button for blockquotes,
bold, italic, etc.  Now, if I have to type in all the HTML, well... as I
said, we've lost something.

What exactly was the problem that was being fixed here?  Were people
trying to get < and/or > in their text and not understanding they had to
use &lt; ?  Is it possible to hook that behavior for those of us who
have lost something?  I would be happy to write a plug-in that would
"unfix" this behavior for those that want it...

-----Original Message-----
From: Andy Skelton
Subject: Re: [wp-hackers] Re: Adding HTML Elements to TinyMCE

The Visual editor is for typing in exactly what you want to appear on
the blog. The Code editor is for entering HTML code. I cannot clarify
that any more.

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